Diagram Of Microwave Oven
DIAGRAM OF MICROWAVE OVEN. REVIEWS OF MICROWAVE CONVECTION OVENS.
Diagram Of Microwave Oven
- A microwave oven, or simply a microwave, is a kitchen appliance that cooks or heats food by dielectric heating. This is accomplished by using microwave radiation to heat water and other polarized molecules within the food.
- An appliance for cooking food using microwave energy
- An oven that uses microwaves to cook or heat food
- microwave: kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food
- A figure composed of lines that is used to illustrate a definition or statement or to aid in the proof of a proposition
- make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows interactions among variables or how something is constructed
- A simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation
- a drawing intended to explain how something works; a drawing showing the relation between the parts
- (diagramming) schematization: providing a chart or outline of a system
diagram of microwave oven – Panasonic NN-CD989S
Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes Recipe
1 box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® yellow cake mix
1 1/4 cups water
1/4 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
1 container (1 lb) Betty Crocker® Rich & Creamy chocolate frosting
4 oz vanilla-flavored candy coating (almond bark)
4 oz semisweet baking chocolate
24 Hershey’s® Kisses® milk chocolates, unwrapped
1. Heat oven to 350°F (325°F for dark or nonstick pans). Place paper baking cup in each of 24 regular-size muffin cups.
2. In large bowl, beat cake mix, water, oil, eggs and peanut butter with electric mixer on low speed 30 seconds. Beat on medium speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Divide batter evenly among muffin cups (about 2/3 full).
3. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Remove cupcakes from pan to cooling rack. Cool completely, about 30 minutes. Frost cupcakes with frosting.
4. Line cookie sheet of waxed paper. In separate small microwavable bowls, microwave candy coating and baking chocolate uncovered on High 30 to 60 seconds, stirring every 15 seconds, until melted and smooth. Place coating and chocolate in separate resealable food-storage plastic bags; snip off tiny corner of each bag. Pipe coating and chocolate into feather shapes, about 3 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide (see diagram). Refrigerate coating and chocolate about 5 minutes until set.
5. When set, peel feathers off waxed paper and insert into cupcakes. Place milk chocolate candy on each cupcake for head of turkey.
I know, I know…you’re thinking, "huh?….pistachio shells? Where’s the milk? And what the hell kind of super-crunchy, ultra-high-fiber diet am I on?"
It’s nothing like that. I’ve just been saving up some interesting food items for the SS month-long "cilantro" photo project…and these empty shells are part of the stash.
I do want to give honorable mention to the silicone MightyBowl. I love these things! They come in different sizes, different colors, are BPA free, microwave safe, oven safe, freezer safe, break safe. If they are good enough for dogs, they are certainly good enough for me.
Lighting notes: Pretty simple. See the diagram below. One light 580EXII in a small Morris softbox directly behind and up just a bit. I had a shiny gold reflector horizontal on top to give the shells some life without filling in the shadows created by the backlight. There was a foamcore bounce card close and angled in on each side, and one in the front. The biggest deal about this shoot was using the Canon 7D on-camera flash controls to fire the 580EXII…even tho it was in a softbox and did not have line-of-sight. Very cool. (if the reflector was too low or tipped just right it would block the signal, but it was no big deal to work around that.) I shot at a longer focal length (155mm) to compress and compact the image, and felt that f/2.8 gave me a nice DOF with good separation between back and front, but not too extreme.
diagram of microwave oven
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